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on: June 18, 2007 02:17:19 PM 
Started by mk_carroll, Message by mk_carroll
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More of a recipe than a pattern:
For a 16 oz. takeout cup:
With worsted weight yarn and a G hook, chain 30.  Join into a ring and hdc into each chain.  Increase 2 sts every other round (e.g. inc 1, hdc 12, inc 1, hdc rem), checking the fit every once in a while, working a plain round to tighten it up if necessary. I like a cozy about 6 rounds high.  Stretchy yarns like wool need fewer increase rounds - increasing 2 sts every third round might do the trick.  If you want it to fit lower, start with a shorter foundation chain. 

On the left: Blue Sky Alpacas Dyed cotton in expresso, lemonade, honeydew, and sky.  On the right, unidentified scrap wool in pink, Blue Sky Alpacas Dyed Cotton in poppy orange. 

I gave one as a small thank-you gift to a barista who makes me awesome dirty chai lattes (chai latte with a shot of espresso).  Barista was delighted, showed it around, people made many positive comments on it.  I need to remember not to downplay my skills - sure, it's something I just whipped up with scrap yarn and an empty takeout cup...but I don't have to say that.  I can just smile and say thank you.
 
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on: September 02, 2007 06:58:34 AM 
Started by mk_carroll, Message by Ainadaliel
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I couldn't resist! I had to make my own!!! Cheesy The red and grey ones are for the "short" cups, and the pink and brown is for the "venti" and "grande" cups. Smiley



 
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on: October 21, 2008 12:06:22 PM 
Started by mk_carroll, Message by antarcticraft
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Thank you so much for the pattern! This is a great stash buster.

Here's mine! I made it for Kiwi-Chickie in an astrology swap (she's a Taurus). I added a row or two to the top and bottom:

 
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